Galapagos Wildlife Cruise

Ecuador

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The best of the Galapagos islands' scenery and wildlife

Details

Duration: 17 Days
Starts in: Ecuador
Group Size: 2-16

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Quito.

Discover Quito at your leisure.

Fly to Galapagos; visit Santa Cruz highlands and Charles Darwin Centre. Embarkation.

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Fly to Guayaquil; end Guayaquil.

Additional Information

For those with a serious wildlife interest, this 14-night cruise allows for a full exploration of the entire archipelago as we combine the week-long A and B itineraries of the ‘Galapagos Islands’ trip, enabling us to visit both the eastern and western islands. Sailing to the less visited western islands is sure to be a highlight as we spend time at Isabela, the largest and most volcanically active place in the Galapagos, with a rich variety of marine life. The extraordinary archipelago of the Galapagos left a lasting impression on Darwin and is likely to do the same for you. An enchanted world characterised by stark lava fields, cactus forests, volcanic craters, mangrove lagoons and turquoise waters. Step over snoozing Sea lions, watch the courting rituals of Blue‐footed boobies or snorkel with turtles, sharks and rays.

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